Traducción de proclaim en Español:

proclaim

proclamar, v.

Pronunciación /prəˈkleɪm//prəˈkleɪm//proʊˈkleɪm/

verbo transitivo

  • 1formal

    (announce)
    (independence) proclamar
    (independence) declarar
    (love) declarar
    (law) promulgar
    they proclaimed him emperor lo proclamaron emperador
    • Figuring out the variables previously mentioned, the Army proclaimed that the sound barrier had been broken.
    • In its November 26 announcement, the National Bureau of Economic Research proclaimed that the recession had begun last March.
    • Despite the IMF's recently proclaimed commitment to eradicating poverty, Fund officials were sharply critical of the plan.
    • Al-Jazeera broadcast a videotape in which he proclaimed that the United States will be defeated in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    • The bill also authorized the president to proclaim that Americans traveling on belligerents' ships did so at their own risk.
    • The Army, in Cromwell's presence, proclaimed that they would put the king on trial as soon as they were in a position to do so.
    • Suddenly the announcer proclaimed that Beezer had been selected in the fourth round by the Rangers.
    • The announcer proclaimed that Ty Roberts was up to bat.
    • The Washington Post and some other media in Hong Kong are proclaiming that Vote Favors Independent Taiwan which I don't think is necessarily true.
    • MicronPC, the USA's third biggest direct PC vendor, this week proclaimed its second profitable quarter in a row.
    • Publicly, the State Department proclaims that one of its ‘most essential tasks’ is to provide assistance to U.S. citizens incarcerated abroad.
    • And despite frantic efforts to resuscitate him, after 45 minutes the international official was proclaimed dead.
    • President Woodrow Wilson, in 1914, made an official announcement proclaiming Mother's Day as a national holiday that was to be held on second Sunday of May.
    • Lastly, there is Pakistan's loudly proclaimed intention of using nuclear weapons at the slightest provocation.
    • Oil and Gas Journal's editor, Bob Tippee, proclaims that commodity markets work.
    • As her manifesto proclaimed: ‘I do not see it as my job to invent problems for women to be afraid of.’
    • Waving to his cheering troops, he officially proclaimed victory over Iraq.
    • In the afternoon a banner proclaiming his victory is unrolled and held by supporters.
    • Why not proclaim to the world in decisive terms our own importance?
    • William Hague can proclaim that he will cut taxes and boost spending until he is blue in the face.
  • 2literario

    (reveal)
    revelar
    • Band concerts, parades, ceremonies around liberty trees, patriotic plays, and slogans on official stationery proclaimed that concern.
    • When the discovery of the giant comet Hale-Bopp was announced in 1995, Nancy proclaimed that it didn't exist.
    • This declaration proclaims that all individuals are equal and entitled to certain freedoms and rights, both socially and culturally.
    • Prior to his assassination, he had proclaimed that Guinea-Bissau would declare its independence from Portugal in that year.
    • Even some go so far as to proclaim that communism is a state form of Christianity.
    • The Declaration of Independence, written by Thomas Jefferson, proclaims that Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, are God given rights.
    • Fifty years ago people had difficulty ‘accepting’ inter-racial marriages, and today publicly proclaiming that intolerant view is not acceptable.
    • Not so long ago, some techies proclaimed that communications technology and the Web would make geography irrelevant.
    • Even when you are unhappy, your very being proclaims your strength.
    • When they are captured, they will often loudly proclaim their innocence.
    • It is too early to proclaim that things are spinning into control on the nonproliferation front.
    • The publishing firm which carries his name, Calder Publications, modestly proclaims that it publishes ‘the most significant literature of the twentieth century.’
    • The death of Princess Diana set off an explosion that jolted many reporters into proclaiming that human feelings matter - a lot.
    • For instance, their campaign booklet proclaims that ‘today, successful sires are required to impregnate hundreds of mares every year’.
    • A bumper sticker on Plant's car proclaims, ‘Oysters are Habitat Forming.’
    • There was another roll of thunder proclaiming the gods' anger.
    • The Foundation proclaims that through this and other early work Sherman ‘set a new agenda for contemporary photography.’
    • Cub fans are everywhere, proudly proclaiming their loyalty to what outsiders perceive as a lost cause.
    • All those Africa charity ads proclaim the same message.
    • We now invoke a deity when we recite our Pledge of Allegiance, and our currency clearly proclaims the basis of our laws; can compulsory adherence to Christianity be far behind?
    • Opposition immediately arose in the astronomical community, which proclaimed that such money would be better spent on telescopes.
    • She proudly proclaims that she was once in public relations for the nuclear industry.
    • The message of happy family living is proclaimed loudly as the reality of violence is all but dismissed.
    • Cars sprayed with paint proclaiming love and support line the lane leading through the Los Olivos valley to his home.
    • Everything the two of them did clearly proclaimed how in love they were.
    • In her Washington Post column the morning after Powell spoke, Mary McGrory proclaimed that ‘he persuaded me.’